Jimeoin: All new material and still as funny as ever

Jimeoin was one of the first fringe shows I ever saw as a child, making him the first comedian that make me fall in love with comedy. Because of this, I felt I set my expectations pretty high when thinking abou...

Bonobo @ RCC 15th March 2015

There aren't many producers or DJs that can straddle that precarious line between cool and popular. However, UK musician Bonobo (real name Simon Green) has managed to do just that. Famed for his deep, stripped ...

Fringe Review: Nicole Henriksen

Comedy comes in all shapes and sizes. In Honeycomb Badgers on Acid (yes that’s the real name and I have no idea why it is called that) the comedy comes in the shape of the completely batnuts Nicole Henriksen, a...

Fringe Review – Ross Noble ‘Tangentleman’

Do you get stuck coming up with creative new passwords for your accounts? Why not let Ross Noble help you! Perhaps Salty Splashage 22 would suit? Unless Trundle Zone 45 takes your fancy?! In his first Adelai...

Fringe Review: LEFT

If you’ve been around Fringe this year you’d have seen there’s lots and lots of circus; trapeze, juggling, lifting, hand stand scissor splits, it’s all in there. I was therefore a bit concerned when I realized ...

Fringe Review: Lindsay Webb, Next Level

Lindsay Webb is more than your average standup. He has an almost mind-reader like ability to pick faces in the audience and create a show purely on where they come from and what they do. The last time I saw him...

Release Boys FRESHen the Fringe!

As you might already be aware, some of your favourite Fresh927 personalities are getting down to Channel 9 Studios to FRESHen up the Fringe with awesome DJ sets every weekend. Last Saturday, Mike Polaroid and T...

Fringe Review: White Rabbit Red Rabbit

White Rabbit Red Rabbit is a unique experiment in theatre. Written by Nassim Soleimanpour, an Iranian writer who due to his political views and refusal to be conscripted into the Iranian army is not allowed to ...
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Local Comedians Warm up for Fringe

Thomas Green and Ivan Agristeguieta Two of Adelaide’s best up and coming comedians warmed up for this year’s Adelaide Fringe when they performed their hugely successful 2014 shows this week for a sp...

Royal Croquet Club Delivers for 2015

Fans of last year's Fringe event Royal Croquet Club will be delighted to hear it is returning in 2015 bigger and better than before. It'll take over the whole of Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga host over 50 shows...